A phone that grows into a laptop

2014-03-28 10:01
Cape Town - The growth of mobile technology has given us a range of devices to use - sometimes all at the same time.

While some may be overwhelmed by the sheer number of devices, one company has taken the idea of a smartphone as a central device, but allows it to "grow" into all the familiar devices that you commonly use.

Seed combines all devices into one and changes the size, depending on what you want to use.

Nic Rout, a UCT engineering student believes that the idea could revolutionise the way people interact with mobile devices.

Check out the News24 video of Seed and how it works:

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